The Colleen and Erin Marlatt Scholarship Fund hosts two annual fundraisers and we invite you to join us!


These events are fun-filled occasions for family, friends, and new acquaintances to spend time together and celebrate the lives of Colleen and Erin, while raising funds for the scholarship in their memory.


Proceeds from the Marlatt Scholarship Fund events go directly to supporting the mission of our foundation: recognizing the significant contributions of teachers and administrators in Catholic Schools by supporting the education of their dependent children.

Shamrock Open Golf Tournament


Please consider being with us as a golfer or support the effort by participating as a sponsor. If you are unable to be with us, please know that you will be missed and we ask that you consider a prayer for the success of the event and for that of our scholars.


When: May 2020


Where: University of Maryland Golf Course

University Boulevard

College Park, MD 20742


What: 18 Holes of Golf with Cart, Beverages, Snacks, Lunch and Prizes


To register your foursome or be a sponsor contact Marlene today:

Marlene Haslam

(410) 531-5118 or


2012 Shamrock Open Gallery

A Premier Beer and Wine Tasting Event to Benefit

The Colleen and Erin Marlatt Scholarship Fund, Inc.


October 2020

7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Location: Ten Oaks Ballroom

(at the intersection of Rts. 108 and 32 in Clarksville)

Tickets: $35 per person

To purchase tickets, contact: Maggie Schorr at

21+ over event


Wine, Micro Brews & Imported Beer Tasting Extraordinaire
Howard County Biketoberfest: A Cyclocross Event - October 26, 2019

Howard County Biketoberfest Cross is held on the grounds of the Howard County Living Farm Heritage Museum, this is an active farm as well as museum. The course runs over tar and chip road, grass sections, skirts planted fields and flows through the woods. Most of the course is contained within a unique natural bowl-shaped amphitheater which provides a unprecedented spectator experience.


Your fans can watch the action from the Oktberfest Biergarten or any of the elevated vantage points, ringing the cowbell with one hand and toasting a beer with the other. Regardless of weather, the course is challenging. This is no “grass crit,” but instead a homage to rural roots of cyclocross with lots of vertical change over technical terrain.


For more race information and questions, please email:

Visit the HoCo Biketoberfest website.


The race begins at Centennial Lake and  includes a 0.62mi swim, 16mi bike,  3.4mi run. Over 2,000 women compete. For more information on the 2018 race check out the Iron Girl website.